Series: Vault of Sin Book #1
Author: Eden Summers
Blurb: Throw back a shot of pure pleasure.
Leo Petrova is between a rock and the hard place in his pants. Shot of Sin, the night club he owns with his two best friends, is short one bartender downstairs. The only available replacement is the upstairs bar manager—the one woman Leo knows he can’t take downstairs, can’t have, can’t touch. The one time he gave in to temptation convinced Leo that Shay’s no match for his sexual demands.
Only a select few know Shot of Sin’s guilty secret, that beneath the packed dance floor lies a very private sex club—the Vault. The place Leo can let his sexual proclivities run wild.
Shay Porter is curious as to why her boss, the king of mixed messages, seems almost desperate to keep her from discovering what’s on the other side of the guarded door at the back of the club.
Sliding out of her comfort zone and into Leo’s arms risks everything. Their friendship, the Vault, and most of all, their hearts.
Warning: This sex club does not carry the government’s stamp of approval. Contains devilish debauchery, delightful deviance, and dancing on the edge of the darkest of sexual desires.
Thoughts: This story was off to a great start with the overwhelming attraction between Leo and Shay – the sparks between them are scorching and with Shay’s sassy mouth ramping up the tension between them, it definitely had my attention from the very beginning. Bring in an illicit sex club hidden downstairs beneath the legitimate night club and bar, and things definitely get ramped up another couple of notches! It was definitely a hot and steamy title, and I loved not just the main characters of Leo and Shay, but also the other characters – Brute and TJ (who I am definitely looking forward to seeing in future books in the series!)
This was my first book from Eden, but with a book blurb like that who could resist reading this one! I will definitely follow the rest of this series (after all, I have to see what happens to TJ and Brute!!), and pick up her past titles as well. When it comes to the downside, my only complaint was that I thought it was a bit unrealistic for Leo to expect her to accept things within the lifestyle without having them fully explained to her. He expected her to be able to make informed decisions – yet never provided her with any information with which to make those decisions. Disregarding that, it was a great book and one a can’t wait to read the next installment of!